Friday, November 26, 2010 at 12:00 am (Updated: November 26, 8:13 am)
Three different groups are currently racking their brains to come to an agreement on what to do about Harmony Lake.
The Oldham County Sewer District, City of Goshen and residents surrounding the lake are all involved in a situation that’s left the future of the lake at a standstill – for now.
At a Goshen City Commission meeting Nov. 14 that offered standing room only for the crowd in attendance, residents voiced their concerns over the possibilities of what will happen to the lake and the dam, currently owned by OCSD, as a sewer line runs beneath the lake.
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